on mine is screwed into the radiator about half way down on the right hand side when in front of the car has two wires coming out of it. If you're having overheating problems it could be the thermostat. Mine went out about 3 months ago and i replaced that relay first aswell made no difference, hope that helps
On the firewall to the left of the wiper motor
where is cooling fan relay switch located on 2000 s-type jaguar
its a relay switch
Is In the right by the firewall on ur car u can see it cus is a round relay not a. Square relay
The cooling fan relay switch can be located on the back of the cooling fan motor. The relay switch should be labeled as such.
get a pice of wire set it to the cooling relay switch run it under the hood to the door get a switch from auto zone connect it and your done
Cooling fan switches can be located on the radiator or the thermostat housing.
Look under the car. Right behind the crank pulley is the oil pump. To the left of the pulley the switch should be screwed into the pump. May need a special socket to get it out.
I called Pontiac there is no cfuel cut off switch.
Pontiac Grand ams dont have an inertia switch, actually no GM cars that i know of have them.
You have to manually select the heating, and cooling mode located on your thermostat.
The switch is located at the bottom of the radiator right next the the rubber hose.